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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 144 | University and Jepson Herbaria Archives, University of California, Berkeley

 
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Jepson Field Book volume 1 page 144
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Dry Creek, Salt Creek, Winneshaw_, Cold Fork__, Salt Gulch,  Greasewood Hills and return to Rosewood (w. Tehama Co.).  _Proper spelling = Wimmeshaw I think. cf. p. 148 seq.  - Salix sp. - Floerkea sp. - Baeria sp. - Paeonia sp. - Alnus rhombifolia Nutt. - Eschscholtzia sp. - Lupinus sp. - L. densiflorus. - Delphinium sp. - Burriela microglossa DC. - Oenothera graciliflora H. & A. - Salix spp. - Platystemon Californicus Benth. - Arctostaphylos spp. - Chorizanthe membranacea Benth. - Peucedanum caruifolium, most common.  [second column]  - Valley Oaks 75 ft. h. on stream banks. Cold Fork - Rumex crispus, Cold Fork. - Juniper. Salt Creek - Ceanothus cuneatus, far more abundant, Winneshaw. - Blue Oak common over all the hills with little Digger  Pine -- Winneshaw. - Buckeye -- some, Salt Creek. - Ash, Oregon on Salt Creek - Berberis on Winneshaw.  __ of Cottonwood Creek. ::::::::: April 27-28, 1899.  - Alnus rhombifolia, Cold Fork. - Hydrophyllum occidentale. - Gilia multicaulis - Thalictrum - Ribes malvaceum Smith. - Garrya Fremonti - Rumex salicifolius, Salt Creek bed. - Heliotropium Curassivicum,  "  "  " - Eriogonum nudum -- on dry hills in leaf only. - Chenopodium album -- good for greens, -- grows only  where you cult. the ground. - Gilia tricolor, G. androsacea. - Psilocarphus tenellus. - Red Bud (Cercis occid.), used as posts in wire  fencing on Salt Creek. - Black Oak acorns eaten by bears on Greasewood  Grade. - Verbascum Thapsus by irrigating stream on Cold  Fork. - Digger Pine, 3 1/2 ft. diam., Cold Fork. - Populus Fremonti, 70 or 80 ft. high. - Matricaria discoidea, Cold Fork - Lepidium nitidum,        "        " - Wild Plums (Prunus subcordata) grow above here  (towards Greasewood Hills) acc to Stephenson at  Cold Fork.
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